1cranial nerve that has not yet been implicated. The condition of
2Should this recess persist (I have found it well njarked in cliildrcn
4of the cases on the march from Jubbulpore to Calpee were from the
5and abdominal muscles are paralyzed, and incapable of assisting in
6posed. That both autocthonous and migratory clots are capable of pro-
7Pathology. — Morton, Sauvages, Portal, Morgagni, and more re-
9the chest-wall over the diseased lung giving a peculiar sensation, which
10Ghirurgical Transactions. Mr. Gulliver examined the clots micro-
12patient of Dr. Zedekauer, of St. Petersburg, suffering from Bright's dis-
14probably be averted ; and its presence at a time when heat-apoplexy
15any case the Committee is of opinion, firstly, that the risk of serious
16appetite is unimpaired, a full supper, followed by a moderate
17undeniable abscesses of the brain, but molecular granules, exuda-
18and the heat of skin increases, with thirst and marked prostration,
19over from one side to the other every three or four hours, and
20The first stage passed, the process of softening, or of ramollisse-
21In the sixty-fourth volume of the Edinburgh Medical and Surgi-
22ence, that purging, either with mild or strong cathartics, whether
23quences. Warm anodyne lotions or fomentations may be used, and
24alcoholic fluids ; and also if the Insanity arises from slight moral
25compared with soldiers, in India is due to the greater facilities they
26tion from which decided beneficial results are obtained. Professor
27Huss has seen instances where objects appeared peculiarly colored ; oc-
28oxysm. In children the irritation of teething is the most common
29Mental, Sensorial, and Motorial Phenomena, ...... 291
30that we can state such a result in other than general terms. While
31spinal nerves existed, but the cord was apparently healthy, for there does
32this account that dilatation of the air-cells is so common in persons
33At all events it forms a gentle curve convex upw.ards. It is